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Drinking on your own?

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    Does anyone do this?

    I am not meaning getting plastered by yourself, but I am guilty to the occasional beer or whiskey every once in a while when I am watching relaxing by myself.

    Do you think this is a bad thing?
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    Not really, I don't do it myself though.

    I'm purely a social drinker, if no-one else is drinking I'll settle for a glass of water, or a diet coke or something. TBH beer is alright but the taste is just too crap to ever be considered a refreshing and or chill-out drink for me.

    For every other drink usually its strong enough it's really meant for actually going out (mixers and crap) to get smashed or something which makes me think its a bit sad to be drinking it alone (whiskeys and what-not).
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    Maybe once or twice, just for relaxing. But not on a regular basis and/or getting smashed by yourself. That's just.. pitiful.


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